Revelation 3:5 A Beautiful Promise


Revelation 3:5 A Beautiful Promise

 

By the Christian beliefs within Biblical Scripture Jesus was the Christ, the Messiah, The Promised One. Our Jewish brothers simply do not believe that Jesus was the Messiah, The Christ, and are still waiting on His first visit. It is by my Christian faith that Jesus is and was the Christ that I also believe this short passage is spoken by Jesus in the Spirit to the last of His Apostles, the one named John. Please consider what a beautiful/fantastic promise Jesus is giving to all people of the Earth, and that does include you and me folks.

 

“He that overcomes, (the love of and the lust of) the world) the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the Book Of Life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before His Angels.”

Folks, on a side note though, this is one of the Scriptures that shows there is no such thing as ‘once saved always saved’. How we act as human beings each and everyday does matter. If your name is in the ‘Book Of Life’ how could your name be blotted out? The Book Of Life, if we are in it, we are saved, if we are not in it, we are condemned to the fires of Hell.

I hope this short but wonderful/beautiful promise from God directly to you will help bring a smile to your inner self.

I hope that you are able to have a good day, stay safe, God bless.

2 thoughts on “Revelation 3:5 A Beautiful Promise

    1. I agree with you Sir in that I believe that a persons religion must first be located in their inner self. Also a person does not need to be yelling to the masses “look at me, look how religious I am”. If a person is trying to be the best version of themselves that they can be, if they are trying to be a devout follower, a Disciple of Christ their actions speak much louder than their words can ever do. People in the world will see that we preform our life different than the majority of other folks do. Then those who notice that we are different in our ways some will come up to us and ask us why then we can kindly, quietly and politely answer their questions the best that we can. People who ‘push’ their faith into other peoples faces tend to turn people off of ‘our’ religion, not draw them to us. Also, those who yell and scream about how others should preform their lives will have all of their own flaws magnified and thus turn people away, not bring them closer.

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